Description: The primary mission of the Helen Keller School is to meet the needs of deaf and/or blind children, some of whom also have other disabilities. This 1986 Frederick Wiseman documentary takes a 126-minute tour of the Helen Keller School, showing the daily routines of multi-handicapped and sensory impaired students, including personal hygiene, mobility training, concepts of time and money, self-help and independent living, dorm life, recreation, sports, vocational training, and psychological counseling.~ Bhob Stewart, All Movie Guide
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